Gazlay Family History
 

FamilyMary Ann Chapel

Parents

FatherHarris T. Chapel (30 August 1819 - 17 May 1901)
MotherMargaret Adamson (30 March 1850 - 27 October 1946)

Personal Information

Record Created: 18 January 2010; Last Edited: 15 November 2010 
NameMary Ann Chapel
GenderFemale
Born 27 August 1880 in Montville, New London County, Connecticut1, 2, 3
Married after 1900 to (unidentified)1
Divorced before 1910 from (unidentified)2
Married to Patrick J. Coffey3, 4
Died 12 August 1968 in Preston, Montville, Connecticut3
Buried in Comstock Cemetery, Montville, New London County, Connecticut3

Biography

Ann, as she was known, was a seamstress for the former Palmer Brothers in Montville.3

Family

Spouse 1Family (unidentified)
Born
Married after 1900 to Mary Ann Chapel
  
Spouse 2FamilyPatrick J. Coffey
Born ca. 1872 in Massachusetts
Married to Mary Ann Chapel
Died 1921
  
Children of Mary Ann Chapel and Patrick J. Coffey:
  
+1.FamilyJohn Leonard Coffey
Born 3 August 1919 in Montville, New London County, Connecticut
Married 15 October 1938 in Montville, New London County, Connecticut to Hazel M. Watt
Died 3 October 1977 in New London, New London County, Connecticut
  

Sources

  1. U.S. Federal Census, 1900, Connecticut, New London County, East Lyme, Enumeration District 445, Sheet 10B, family of Harris and Margaret Chapel with niece Grace E. Atkinson.
  2. U.S. Federal Census, 1910, Connecticut, New London County, Montville, Enumeration District 512, Sheet 36A, family of Margaret Chapel (46, widow, 4 children with 4 living) with daughter Annie (28, divorced, 3 children with none living) and grand daughter Grace E. Atchison (14).
  3. Obituary, The Day, New London, Connecticut, Mary Ann Coffey, 12 August 1968.
  4. U.S. Federal Census, 1920, Connecticut, New London County, Norwich, Enumeration District 278, Sheet 2B, family of Patrick J. and Annie M. Coffey with son John L. Coffey.